Kara Boondi Recipe | Masala Boondi Mixture

You may know tiny fried pearls of spiced or plain gram flour mixture as ‘boondi’ across the Indian subcontinent. But here’s Kara Boondi or a Masala Boondi Mixture, which I’m sure, is going to get you addicted to it. Yes, it is this good! This is a South Indian style spiced Kara Boondi Recipe which…

kara boondi served in a red-rimmed white ceramic bowl with text layovers.

You may know tiny fried pearls of spiced or plain gram flour mixture as ‘boondi’ across the Indian subcontinent. But here’s Kara Boondi or a Masala Boondi Mixture, which I’m sure, is going to get you addicted to it. Yes, it is this good! This is a South Indian style spiced Kara Boondi Recipe which is also a delectable, crunchy-munchy mix of boondi, peanuts, cashews, curry leaves and some spices and seasonings. A great choice as a festive treat, especially for Diwali. You should try this one, for sure!

kara boondi served in a red-rimmed white ceramic bowl with text layovers.kara boondi served in a red-rimmed white ceramic bowl with text layovers.

One of the fried snacks that is made during Diwali in South India is kara boondi. Making boondi is easy but does take some time. The time taken here is for frying the boondi. Frying other ingredients does not take much time.

This kara boondi recipe is not too spicy as I do not add too much of chilli powder in it. However, for a more spicy taste you can add more chilli powder. 

Kara boondi is also added to popular South Indian Mixture recipe. Another fried snack that is made during Diwali is Omapodi recipe. I have also shared many chiwda and Diwali faraal which is made during Diwali festival like:

  1. Potato sev
  2. Sev recipe
  3. Poha chivda (with thin poha)
  4. Chakli recipe
  5. Corn flakes chiwda

This spicy boondi mixture tastes awesome and you can munch them any time of the day. Its far better in taste than the salted boondi mixture you get outside….

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